ProductCamp is a gathering of those in the Nashville community to learn and discuss with each other their experiences in product development, marketing, and management. Following an “unconference” format ProductCamp is a user generated event allowing anyone to participate as a presenter. It’s an opportunity for those who have found success and failure to share their experiences and learnings with others to help grow and strengthen the Nashville Product Community.
ProductCamp Nashville is Saturday, September 28th 2013. It’s absolutely free thanks to our generous sponsors. You can see more event details on the registration section.
ProductCamp is a great opportunity for you to learn from, teach, and network with professionals actually managing and marketing products. And it’s a lot of fun!
– “Domain Names 101″
– “Hacking Product Management with Crowdsourcing & Outsourcing”
– “Writing Good User Stories”
– “Product Development Roundtable”
WHEN: Sept. 28, 2013
WHERE: Belmont University’s Inman Center
WHEN: 9am-3pm. Coffee, networking and registration begin at 8:30am.
COST: It’s free, thanks to our sponsors.
There are numerous on-site, online and direct benefits for ProductCamp sponsors.Learn more about sponsor benefits here.
For more information, please contact Eric Carroll at 615.957.2321.
ProductCamp Nashville is completely different from most conferences you’ve considered attending. Everyone participates and contributes to the success of the event, right down to creating, presenting and leading the sessions themselves!
On the morning of the event, each participant will be asked to vote for 3 sessions that he or she would like to attend. The sessions with the most votes will be scheduled into rooms, and everyone will fly off to their favorite sessions! It’s exciting and unique, and it works because of you!
Eric is a Project Manager at Griffin Technology overseeing the strategy and implementation of their Product Lifecycle Management System. Before Griffin he cut his chops at Emma for two years, dabbling in product strategy and helping them grow and find the right talent. Eric holds a B.A. from Belmont University where he double majored in Entrepreneurship and Marketing.
Tamara has held product roles at Emma and Echo and was a member of the product team at Sprint’s 4G mobile broadband division. She also has held various marketing positions at Concord Music, Oxygen Media and Comcast. Tamara earned her MBA from UCLA Anderson and has a BA in Economics and Philosophy from Columbia University in New York.